• Abstract

    The article examines e-learning as a special form of education and a pedagogical system based on the use of digital technologies. The content of the structural components of e-learning at universities is a pedagogical system that includes goals, means of communication, content of educational information, and subjects of the educational process. with guaranteed achievement of results as a system-forming factor. The following features of the means of communication between the subjects of the educational process are taken into account: students, teachers, tutors, specialist experts, resource developers (designers of pedagogical situations) and their functions. Scientific, methodological and technological support for achieving the desired result of e-learning at universities has been built, taking into account the individual needs of students, expanding the functions of teachers and implementing educational information through digitalization. A diagnostic toolkit has been developed for conducting a predictive pedagogical examination to develop, clarify and adjust students’ individual educational trajectories, taking into account expert opinions.

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Fabian, M., Onofriichuk, L., Teplova, O., Priadko, O., & Bilanych, H. (2024). Methodological approaches as a scientific basis for creating a pedagogical concept of distance learning organization in higher education institutions. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6, 2023spe018. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023spe018
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